1. Table Mountain- A flat-topped mountain standing over Cape Town and that is also a part of the national park. It is a good place to spot native flora and fauna. Travellers can take a cable car or hike to the top.
2. Robben Island- An oval-shaped island approximately 7 km away from the coast of Cape Town. This is where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years. It is a UNESCO world heritage site.
3. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden- One of the 9 national botanical gardens of South Africa, this park at the Eastern foot of the Table Mountain has natural miracles to attract people of all ages.
4. Victoria & Alfred Waterfront- With mountains in the background, sea in front and situated in a rather entertainment based district, this is the most visited of tourist places in South Africa and Cape Town.
5. Two Oceans Aquarium- As the name suggests, this aquarium at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town has 7 enchanting exhibition galleries where the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean meet, exhibiting over 3000 incredible marine creatures.
6. Bo-Kaap- It means ‘Above the Cape’. This colourful district of Cape Town is not just famous for bright houses and a colourful history, but it is the location of the country’s oldest Mosque.
7. Lion's Head- Part of the Table Mountain National Park and situated between this and the Signal Hill, the Lion's Head hill is at a height of 669m and is a favourite hiking spot for locals and tourists.
8. Cape Of Good Hope And Cape Point- Together forming a part of the Cape Peninsula, Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point hold historical importance for sailors and are famous tourist places in South Africa.
9. Castle of Good Hope- The oldest colonial building in South Africa, this castle speaks of South Africa’s colonial past. It was originally built on the shore of Table Bay and was later moved inland.
10. District Six Museum- This Museum speaks of the times when 60,000 coloured inhabitants of District Six were moved in the Apartheid wave of the 70s to declare it as a “whites only” zone.
11. Constantia Valley- At just 20 minutes from the city and located in the valley of the Constantia Mountain amidst forests, hills, and estate homes, this is the wine district of Cape Town.
12. Camps Bay- The most favourite picnic spot in Cape Town under Twelve Apostles mountains in an affluent area. It is famous for its family beaches and bathing areas.
13. Boulders Beach- Surrounded by granite boulders which gave the beach its name, it’s a safe spot for swimming but is more famous for seeing the famous African Penguins on the sandy beach.
14. La Parada Constantia Nek- The century-old exterior combined with the modern interior of this newly opened restaurant is the best place to catch some delicious food and breathtaking views of the country.
15. Asoka Lounge- A multi-faceted joint on Kloof Street, this restaurant is a favourite spot for locals to have get-togethers over some innovative cocktail ideas and soothing live music.
16. Veuve Clicquot Bar at the Ritz- The bar at the famous hotel The Ritz, which has been embellishing the Cape Town Skyline, it is the best place to have champagne in a chic and sophisticated environment.
17. Aubergine Restaurant- This iconic eatery of Cape Town set in a building from the 1830s is famous for the amazing food and a homely and artsy feeling that comes along with its decor.
18. Outrage of Modesty Bar- This place throws normal into the trash and comes up with some of the most innovative cocktails you will ever try! made with ingredients you can’t imagine teaming up with alcohol.